possible auto-immune response to nasally administered neurohormone agonist?
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Thu Jun 19 15:32:20 EST 2003
You meant a neurohormone receptor agonist (the peptide in question binds the
receptor of that particular neurohormone). To my knowledge, in patients
treated with non-human insulin there have been documented immune reactions
against human insulin. Hope that answers your question.
> What I'm concerned about is that if this agonist is similar enough in
> structure to the real neurohormone, the immune system could be
> confused and start attacking that neurohormone, creating a sort of
> auto-immune disease.
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